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MacOS Big Sur: All the Macs that are compatible with Apple's new operating system

por Dave Hindman (02/07/2020)


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Apple unveiled MacOS Big Sur at WWDC 2020.
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At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple executives unveiled the latest version of MacOS, called Big Sur. The new operating system will include major updates to the Safari web browser, and tour hạ long refreshed Maps and Messages apps. Big Sur also represents the biggest design update since OS X was first released almost 20 years ago, Apple executives said during WWDC. The new OS includes tweaks to the curves of the window corners, dock icons and colors of the user interface. But a lot of it looks pretty familiar: The same Photos design from iPadOS comes to MacOS, as do many of the app updates that we'll get in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The control center in the menu bar, widgets and notification center are more sophisticated-looking, too.MacOS Big Sur is available now as a developer beta, and will be available as a public beta in July. It'll become generally available as a free software update for all users in the fall. You can also download iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 in developer beta now, too. 


























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Whether you're looking to test-drive MacOS Big Sur or waiting until it's generally released, you'll need to have a compatible Mac to run the new OS. Here are all the models of Macs that can run MacOS Big Sur, according to Apple: MacBook, 2015 and laterMacBook Air, 2013 and laterMacBook Pro, late 2013 and tour du lịch hạ long laterMac Mini, 2014 and lateriMac, 2014 and lateriMac Pro (all models), 2017 and laterMac Pro, 2013 and laterFor more, check out everything announced at WWDC 2020.




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